Classic MLB Baseball Games All are in the Public Domains This is my 1930s Collection Radio Broadcasts. If anyone has any I dont have please share! I can convert from tape to digital if needed. Topics: otr, baseball, radio, yankees, mlb, 30s
Theatrical trailer for the 1936 RKO comedy-musical film "Swing Time", starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It is infamous today for a number in which Fred Astaire appears in blackface, even if it was intended as a tribute to Bojangles. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, RKO, Trailers, 1930s, 30s
Farming History in America * 1920s 1930s * Archival Footage Data filmed during the Great Depression Anyone who enjoys this information as much as I do really should check out this web page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuX0poHk--DqZIVh_O9G5rQ I have not rcvd nor am I receiving any benefit, financial or otherwise, for mentioning this persons YouTube Channel. It simply contains really great archival data!! * Source: YouTube Channel Charlie Dean Archives. Thank you for this great farming... Topics: Great Depression, Farming USA 20s-30s, Farming USA 20s, Farming USA 30s, Farming Archives
Recorded around 1934-1937, on Decca starburst label 116 B. UPDATE: I re-transcribed the record, and with my improved resources, was able to produce a MUCH better transcription. Posted by Anubis4545 Topics: Bob Crosby, 1930s, 30s, Dorsey Brothers, Decca, 78rpm
Theatrical trailer for the 1934 musical-comedy film "Dames", starring Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Joan Blondell, Zasu Pitts, Guy Kibbee, and Hugh Herbert. The film was directed by Ray Enright, with musical numbers created & directed by Busby Berkeley. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Warner Bros
Rare trailer (albeit incomplete) for the notoriously awful "Devil Monster" (1946) with stock film of topless South Seas native girls. A Mexican-American co-production released originally in 1935 as "The Sea Fiend" and "The Great Manta". Eleven years later it was re-edited with more nude scenes and reissued as "Devil Monster", most likely for use on the adults-only roadshow circuit. After that are clips from "Maniac" (1934) with perhaps the... Topics: 30s, 1930s, vintage, classic, horror, nudity, sexploitation, grind house
This track is a slow slide instrumental with a tip of the hat to Andy Kirk & his 12 Clouds of Joy instrumental done in 30s called "Floyd's Guitar Blues" with a twist. The music was recorded and mixed with Audacity 1.3 Beta (open source) on an old Dell lap top. Topics: Blues for Hawaiians, Floyd Smith, Steel Guitar, 30s Slide Guitar
Theatrical trailer for the forgotten 1934 film "Fashions of 1934". A musical comedy starring William Powell and a miscast Bette Davis. This trailer is public domain, even though the film itself is not. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Theatrical Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Bette Davis, William Powell
Amusing 1937 musical short film produced by the weirdly-named "Educational Films Corporation of America". Please forgive the inane logo the DVD publisher put in the corner during the opening & closing credits. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Musical, Short Film, Short Subject, Old
He's a re-issue version of the 1933 comedy short "Mickey's Race", AKA "Mickey's Derby Day", starring the multi-talented Mickey Rooney. This short film was apparently the last film in the "Mickey McGuire" series. Please forgive the annoyin way the DVD publisher put their logo in the corner during the credits. Topics: 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Mickey Rooney, Short Film, Short Subject, Comedy
Uncommon Variety label record featuring Phil Napoleon, with vocals by Ruth Denning. Recorded on September 14, 1937. Flip side is "Blue Bayou" Uploaded by Anubis4545 Topics: 1930s, Variety, 30s, Phil Napoleon, Ruth Denning, Jazz, Dance
RADIOLA! FROM radiolablog.blogspot.com The official blog of RADIOLA--a program of 1920s and 1930s jazz and pop hosted by Andy Senior each Friday at 8 PM (Eastern Time) on WHCL-FM 88.7, Clinton NY, streaming on the internet at www.whcl.org. Friday, October 23, 2009 "Black Friday" October 23, 2009 (Week 184) This RADIOLA! observes the 80th anniversary of the 1929 Wall Street crash with fitting (if not always obvious) selections. Playlist in notes below Topics: radiola, andy senior, 20s, 30s, 1920s, 1930s, whcl
Theatrical trailer for the 1933 hit film "42nd Street", a backstage musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers staged and directed by Busby Berkeley. This was Ruby Keeler's first film. The film is sometimes credited with reviving the semi-dead musical genre, which had fallen out of favor around 1931. This trailer is public domain, though the film itself isn't. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Popular
Theatrical trailer for the 1931 film "Five Star Final". This drama about an unethical newspaper got nominated for a "best picture" oscar. Starring Edward G. Robinson. While the film is copyrighted, this trailer is public domain. Topics: Classic Film, Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s
Uzbek Shasmaqoma(Kind of music, typical from central asia, and with arab and persian influences). Singer: Karim Zokirov(1912-1977), Artist of the People of Uzbek Socialist Soviet Republic, very respected in Uzbekistan until nowadays. Accompanist: Ismailov, Aliev, Nuretdinov, Atabaev This record is protected by Creative Commons. No intended legal infringement. Topics: Shashmaqam, Shashmaqoma, Karim, Zakirov, Zokirov, 1939, USSR, Uzbekistan, 1930s, 30s, Folk, 78rpm
This film's 3.5GB MPEG2 file found elsewhere at IA is reformatted here as a much smaller MP4 with equal video quality. A romantic melodrama set against a background of the heyday of steam railroading. It's noted for its accurate and vivid depictions of railroad operations in the 1930s. The featured players are Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur and Robert Armstrong. Directed by George B Seitz. US release 1930. UK release 1931. Complete print. TRIVIA: "Danger Lights" was the first widescreen... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Dramas, melodramas, '30s steam railroading, Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur, Robert Armstrong, Frank...
A low-budget, exploitation film presented as a cautionary tale about the evils of white slavery prostitution rings operating in America's cities. Directed by Elmer Clifton who did the marijuana scare film "Assassin of Youth" the same year. Here is the only noteworthy scene in this talky expose. For the first time in a mainstream film, spanking (and later cat-fighting) is shown as a sexual fetish -- in a brothel no less. The madam shows off her special Oriental room where two... Topics: exploitation, fetishism, protitutes, hookers, white slavery, 1930s, 30s, vintage, spank, spanked,...
The present study focus on the development of Petticoat with Bamboo/Polyester 30s and 40s count blended woven fabric. Natural dye was extract from Catechu powder applying mordant technique. Fragrance was given to the fabric by using Lavender oil by applying padding mangle method. Various parameters of the yarn properties, Fabric analysis properties: Ends per inch/ Picks per inch, Fabric Thickness, Fabric Weight, Tensile Strength, Abrasion Resistance, Bursting Strength, Stiffness, Crease... Topics: Bamboo/Polyester 30s And 40s Count, Catechu Dye, Lavender Finishing, Woven Petticoat
Hollywood's version of the hit Broadway musical set in Berlin during the turbulent final days of the Weimer Republic. Multiple Oscar winner including best picture. Topics: movie trailers, musicals, musical dramas, '30s Berlin, Lisa Minnelli, Michael York, Helmut Griem,...
Songwriter Sarah Sharp of Austin talks about her project Jitterbug Vipers and the group's album of original music in the style of 30s/40s "Viper jazz". Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Songwriter Sarah Sharp, Austin, Jitterbug Vipers, music, 30s, 40s, Viper,...
Set in the '30s, this is a dark and at times surreal drama of a Broadway playwright's nightmarish experiences as a novice Hollywood screenplay writer. Reputedly based in part on F Scott Fitzgerald's failure as a Hollywood writer. Fitzgerald is alluded to in this film through a fictional character, W P Mayhew. Topics: movie trailers, dramas, surrealism, '30s Hollywood, John Turturro, John Goodman, Judy Davis
This is not from a 78rpm record, or any recording at all. I personally edited the song directly from the cartoon so it seemed more like a song, then a soundtrack. Uploaded by Anubis4545 Topics: Tex Avery, Tommy bond, Owl Jolson, I love to singa, 1930s, 30s, 1936
This is the specification tag for a Rheem Fury Saturn Burner gas water heater; Model No. 35-30S, 30 gallon capacity, 38,000 BTU, serial number 0474334049. Manufactured by Rheem Manufacturing Company, Chicago, ILL. and Montgomery Alabama.nThis unit was installed in 1972 and the tag dimensions are; 5 3/8" width by 3 1/2" height. No copyright notice evident, item in the Public Domain under Rule 5 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Etext produced by Gerard Arthus. Topics: AP-000-001, garthus, garthus1, Water Heater, gas appliance, gas, rheem, 35-30S
MGM pulled out all the stops for this romantic fantasy of the lives of test pilots, and cast it with three of their big guns: Gable, Loy and Tracy. The outstanding visuals are a treat for vintage aircraft aficionados and aviation historians. Filmed with the full cooperation of the USAAF. Topics: movie trailers, adventures, romantic dramas, '30s aviation, Clarke Gable, Myrna Loy, Spencer Tracy,...